Charles P. Rettig

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Charles P. Rettig (born November 18, 1956)[1] is the United States Commissioner of Internal Revenue for the term expiring November 12, 2022.[2][3]

He was a partner at the Beverly Hills tax law firm of Hochman, Salkin, Rettig, Toscher & Perez, P.C.,[4] "known in the industry as a controversy firm" according to the Los Angeles Times.[5]

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  1. "Commissioner of the Internal Revenue Service: Who Is Charles Rettig?".
  2. "President Donald J. Trump Announces Intent to Nominate Charles P. Rettig - The White House". www.whitehouse.gov.
  3. "Charles Rettig, Trump's choice to head the IRS, under Senate scrutiny".
  4. "Newsletter" (PDF). www.americanbar.org.
  5. Koren, James Rufus. "The Beverly Hills attorney set to lead the IRS likes magic tricks — he'll need a few to run the agency". latimes.com.